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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 47: operations of South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, under Rear-admiral Dahlgren, during latter end of 1863 and in 1864. (search)
e had one officer and six men wounded. The Montauk also assisted in getting the Lehigh off, but there were no casualties in the assisting vessels. Assistant-Surgeon Wm. Longshaw was handsomely mentioned on this occasion for going to and fro in a small boat, carrying out hawsers under a heavy fire of shot and shell. This kind n, as in this case, it is voluntarily undertaken by an officer who would never have been called upon to perform it in the ordinary course of his profession. Surgeon Longshaw was recommended for promotion in his corps by the Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. On December 6th, Rear-Admiral Dahlgren had the misfortune t W. A. Smith, Rufus Burton and J. Hawkey; Gunner, J. M. Hogg. Iron-clad steamer Lehigh. Commander, Andrew Bryson; Lieutenant, Moreau Forrest; Assistant Surgeon, Wm. Longshaw, Jr.; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, F. C. lmlay; Acting-Master, Richard Burke; Acting-Ensigns, Edw. Tilghman, C. M. Thwing, J. E. Stickney and F. W. Towne
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
W. Preston, Flag-Lieutenant; Lieutenant B. H. Porter, commanding flag-ship Malvern; Assistant Surgeon Wm. Longshaw, U. S. steamer Minnesota; Acting-Ensign Robert Wiley, U. S. steamer Montgomery. Kf several volunteer officers, seamen, and marines, killed during the attack. Of Assistant Surgeon William Longshaw special mention should be made on account of his great bravery and attention to thmbled into dust. I must not omit to pay a just tribute to the memory of the noble Assistant Surgeon William Longshaw, who was shot dead near the enemy's works while engaged in an act of mercy, bindininspiration for the future. Preston and Porter were killed at the front, and Assistant-Surgeon William Longshaw, Jr., after adding to the reputation for bravery which he gained under fire of the b S. Stuyvesant and E. T. Woodward; Passed-Assistant-Surgeon, J. P. Quinn; Assistant-Surgeons, Wm. Longshaw and W. S. Fort; Paymaster, C. C. Upham; Marines: Captain, Geo. Butler; Second-Lieutenant, G.